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BluPrint welcomes Dr. Joseph Bullock to our radio show! Dr. Bullock will enlighten us on the value and benefit of Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs). EAPs intended to help employees better deal with personal problems that might impact their work-place performance, behaviors and well-being. EAPs include short-term counseling and referral services for employees and their household members. On this episode, Dr. Bullock will talk with us about several critical areas including the most common reasons clients seek EAP services, how EAP services help veterans and those who are active duty may take advantage of EAP services.
ABOUT DR. BULLOCK
Dr. Bullock has over 25 years of experience as a professional counselor, clinical supervisor and administrator. Currently, he is currently the Director of Substance Abuse Services for the Arlington County Department of Human Services in Arlington, Virginia.
Dr. Bullock is also a consultant to the United States Navy providing training and clinical supervision services to counselors in the Washington D.C. Metropolitan area. Dr. Bullock’s professional experience also includes providing numerous workshops on mental health, substance abuse and other counseling related topics. Dr. Bullock is an Adjunct Faculty at Liberty University in the Center for Counseling and Family Studies. Dr. Bullock has a Master’s Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling from Virginia Commonwealth University and a Doctoral Degree in Community Agency Counseling from Virginia Tech University. Dr. Bullock is licensed as a professional counselor and substance abuse treatment provider in Virginia and Maryland.
WHY LIFE IS LIKE A SET OF COMPUTER PROGRAMS with PAUL MORRIS
Are we programmed, along with every other living organism, by the great coder in the sky? By coder I mean one who programs computers. I’m not just discussing people and animals, I’m including plants as well. And not just application programs, currently known as “Aps,” but operating systems and utilities. I'll explain all this during the show.
With 25 years of professional IT experience, 40 years of studying human behavior and a strong foundation in spirituality and science, I fell quite comfortable in giving this subject a go.
It is an African American tradition to hold on to and treasure certain Funeral Programs because they represent a final and public tribute to the life of family members, friends and associates. Ms.Sutton began actively collecting Funeral Programs and Newspaper Obituaries in1986. Today she has a 15 volume collection of 2" loose-leaf binders full of them consisting of at least 1000 people. She will share with you how to decipher the clues provided therein to help with your genealogical research.
Karen E. Sutton is a Family Historian, specializing in African-American research in Maryland,Virginia, & Washington, DC,Medical, and Lineage Societies in general, and the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR) research in particular. She joined NSDAR based on the service of her free black ancestor from Virginia. Karen also served as National membership chair for the Afro-American Historical & Genealogical Society, Inc.(AAHGS), is a charter member of the Baltimore Chapter of AAHGS, and is the first Black “National Vice-Chairperson -- African American” -- for the“National Lineage Research Committee,” NSDAR. She holds a B.S. in Nursing and a Master's degree in Historical Studies. After receiving her MA,Karen worked at the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation in colonial costume, and is currently employed as a Registered Nurse in Long Term Care. She has also taught "African American History" and "Introduction to the African American Experience" courses in the Africana Studies Department at the University of Maryland Baltimore County, and is seeking similar employment at a Baltimore Area Community College or University.
Millertime Radio will be having a discussion about the city cutting after school programs in out community. The community will be voicing there opinions. Join in!
THIS WEEK ON MORTGAGE TALK HUD EMERGENCY HOMEOWNERS PROGRAM CALL. We explain how it works and limit time before funds run out... Not to.worried there other emergency Foreclosure Programs available. Show start this Sunday at 9:00 am following Sunday Morning Gospel, is on at 8:00 am...
HBCUs offer culture, a rich history and rigorous academic programs. Most importantly, they prepare students for leadership and life after graduation. There are 100 Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) across the nation and nine percent of all African American college students attend HBCUs. In 1965, in Title III of the Higher Education Act of 1965, Congress officially defined an HBCU as a school of higher learning whose principal mission was and is the education of African Americans and was accredited and established before 1964.
All HBCUs play a critical role in the American system of higher education. For most of America’s history, African Americans seeking a college education could only get it from an HBCU. firstname.lastname@example.org call in 661-467-2407
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